Villa Resta Mari dates back to the end of the 1600s, designed by the famous Lombard architect Francesco Maria Richini, author of the Pinacoteca di Brera and the most prestigious villas in the Milanese area. It still represents an almost intact example of the early Lombard Baroque. Villa Resta Mari is an ideal location to host weddings and special events in an entirely exclusive context.
The villa was designed at the end of the 1600s, on behalf of Count Giuseppe Resta, by Francesco Maria Richini, the most important Lombard architect who created the renowned Pinacoteca di Brera and the most prestigious villas in the Milan area. It still represents an almost intact example of the early Lombard Baroque. The noble owners, until the early 1900s, used to spend their leisure moments in this villa, as well as taking care of their agricultural and real estate properties on site.
In 1789 the court of S.A.R. Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria and her brother who later became Emperor.
In "early Lombard Baroque" style, the villa is characterized by sober decorations, elegant lines and imposing but balanced volumes also in the grandiose internal halls.
In many halls there are beautifully decorated coffered ceilings, decorative bands and refined frescoes by the Tiepolesca school, attributed to Nuvolone, inspired by the arts and leisures of the time.
Each room of the villa offers you an elegant, warm and welcoming atmosphere, with rooms that can accommodate up to 300 guests in a single environment.
The beautiful monumental staircase will take you to the halls on the upper floor which retain ceilings and furnishings dating back to 1600, a perfect place for the official civil ceremony.
The Villa has a large courtyard in front of the main body and a large Italian garden at the back where a large monumental fountain is set, an ideal setting for buffets, cocktails and aperitifs.